Regarding "unexplained" aerial phenomena: What is the government hiding and why?

B2 Spirit (a.k.a. The Stealth Bomber) Photo: Northrop Grumman
What is the fear? Why the secrecy? Clearly, the military does not believe what it says publicly about UFOs, and experts say misleading reports have emerged from the highest levels of America’s government.

Airborne objects violating restricted airspace demonstrating technological sophistication unknown to this world’s highest-levels of science could mean trouble for governments and a sprawling global military presence that touts its quantitative and qualitative superiority over all others.

Check out these stats regarding the leading defense contractors in the country:

Lockheed Martin, the American global aerospace, defense, security and advanced technology company, logged a record $47.2 billion in sales. 

The Raytheon Company, a major American defense contractor 'with core manufacturing concentrations in weapons and military,' reported sales of $24 billion.

Northrop Grumman reported sales of $25.2 billion. Northrop Grumman is best known as manufacturer of the U.S. Air Force’s B-2 Stealth Bomber, described as 'the flagship of the nation’s long-range strike arsenal, and one of the most survivable aircraft in the world.'

With billions spent on weapons technology and an increasing public demand for information on UFOs and life on other planets, including the possibility of future interaction, the U.S. government and military appear to be unable or unwilling to discuss much in the public.

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